Building U.S.-Indonesia Mutual Understanding Since 1994

SPECIAL EVENTS

Special Events

USINDO Special Events are half-day or full-day events where participants examine major trends in the United States and Indonesia, welcome newly assigned Ambassadors/special envoys to each country, or explore core political and economic developments in US and Indonesia. These events bring Indonesians, Americans, and other scholars together to discuss in-depth topical issues. The Society is also humbled to work in a concerted joint effort with other NGOs, both Indonesian and American, to carry out these events.

USINDO's Reception for Assistant Secretary of State Daniel Russel

October 28, 2013

Cordially Invites You to a Reception To Welcome the New Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and the Pacific Daniel Russel   Monday, November 4, 2013 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Fairmont Hotel Colonnade Room (lobby floor) 2401 M St. NW Washington, D.C. 20037 Daniel R. Russel became Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian…

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USINDO Open Forum – Why has Corruption Persisted in the Reform Era? An Assessment of Anti-Corruption Efforts in Indonesia

October 15, 2013

Cordially invites you to an USINDO Open Forum Why has Corruption Persisted in the Reform Era?An Assessment of Anti-Corruption Efforts in Indonesia with Dr. Todung Mulya Lubis SH, LLM    Founder and Senior Partner, Lubis Santosa & MaramisResearch Fellow, HKS Indonesia ProgramTrustee, USINDO Thursday, October 172:30 pm – 4:00 pm USINDO Conference Room1625 Massachusetts Avenue…

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U.S. Perspective on the Science of Climate Change: How Can We Adapt to Consequences?

October 10, 2013

The U.S. Embassy, Jakarta, @america, and USINDO cordially invite you to an informative event onU.S. Perspective on the Science of Climate Change: How Can We Adapt to Consequences? with Professor Michael Brody Adjunct Professor, Department of Environmental Science American University and Dr. Amanda Katili Niode Coordinator of Communication, Information and Education Indonesian National Council on…

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USINDO's Scholars Open Forum Series – How Did Indonesia Evolve into a Constitutional Democracy?

September 30, 2013

USINDO’s Scholars Series How Did Indonesia Evolve into a Constitutional Democracy? with Professor Donald L. Horowitz    James B. Duke Professor of Law and Political Science Duke University Thursday, October 3rd 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm USINDO Conference Room 1625 Massachusetts Avenue NW Suite 550 Washington, DC 20036 How did Indonesia make its remarkable transition to…

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